Connie Stricklin, LPC

"My life took a turn at age 54 when my husband’s health was failing. I knew I would need to provide an income for the family soon. In praying for direction, I knew my background was in working with Disaster Relief for 25 years as a volunteer, so I began to search for ways to help people in their daily disasters. Counseling became the perfect career choice. I began my education and learned how to hone my skills. Matthew 11:28 states “Come unto me all who are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” I love helping others find new ways of handling life’s problems by discovering solutions they may not have considered. "

Why Lifespan Health?
"Lifespan has the goal of helping the community’s medical needs, including mental/behavioral health. I have the privilege of working with children, adolescents, and adults, with marriages and families, grief, and addictions of various kinds. Lifespan provides various therapy methods and activities which allow patients to expand their knowledge base and learn new ways to manage their own dilemmas."


Behavioral Health 


Graduate School: Liberty University
Undergrad: Liberty University

Personal Info

I am a Christian who enjoys talking about my faith. Family and friends are very important, and I enjoy travel, arts, new restaurants, new adventures, and meeting new people.

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